My new LG Quantum setup Hotmail automatically. I see it uses "m.hotmail.com." When I set up Hotmail through Outlook and my Nokia N900 I used 995 SSL incoming and 587 TLS outgoing. When you check the header after you send something from Hotmail it says that it went over TLS. I have no idea if this new "m.hotmail.com" is using SSL or not as it shows no setting to be sure. When I looked it up online... if you wanted to add "m.hotmail.com" for your Droid or iPhone it says to make sure to enable SSL. What makes me hesitant is last night my WP7 set up Yahoo "automatically" for IMAP which I believe has no SSL because when I selected to enable it - it no longer worked. I tried to modify the Yahoo account to use 993/465 SSL (the normal SSL enabled ports for Yahoo POP3) and still no joy. I had to wipe the phone and manually enter Yahoo to get it right. I am hoping I don't have to wipe the phone again because of the Hotmail account. I want SSL - I know I can get it using the "older" hotmail settings... but don't want to go through all this to change it, if SSL is indeed enabled. Does anybody know for sure if "m.hotmail.com" is using an SSL enabled port? Thanks, Sandy p.s. As a side note I was STUNNED I had no Outlook sync... I realize the "cloud" is the norm - but not for everybody... an Outlook sync would be nice. I will have to manually input all my contact/calendar info and maintain it manually... unless I want to put all my info on a web based mail server. I like this OS so much I am actually willing to do this. But Nokia, Droid, iPhone and RIM all offer a direct Outlook sync. I hope WP7 will offer this is the future for those of us who don't put everything in "the cloud."